Bruce Springsteen took a break from rocking Broadway to get again to extra acquainted environs on Sunday (Sept. 30) on the inaugural Sea.Hear.Now competition in Asbury Park, New Jersey. As reported by NJ.com, Springsteen made good use of his day without work to drop in on the occasion organized by his longtime photographer, Danny Clinch, together with jamming with punk rockers Social Distortion on their signature cowl of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire."
While many followers had motored over to a different stage to look at Jack Johnson's headlining set, the hundreds who remained shouted out the Jersey mating name "BROOOOOOCE!!!" as their house state hero additionally laid down some guitar on Social D's "Bad Luck" and "Misery Loves Company" on the competition which additionally included units from Kaleo, Brandi Carlile, Incubus, Ben Harper, Milky Chance, Blondie and Frank Turner.
It's not the primary time the pair have shared a stage. Ness hopped on stage with Springsteen in Anaheim, California, in December 2012, after which once more in Los Angeles in April 2009 for "Bad Luck" and "The Rising," and Springsteen carried out on "Misery Loves Company" from Ness' 1998 solo debut, Cheating at Solitaire.